On the tube Republicans can throw anything into the wind without impunity even if the talking head knows it's garbage. Take these two. Rep. Kings
On the tube Republicans can throw anything into the wind without impunity even if the talking head knows it's garbage. Take these two. Rep. Kingston-GA and Rep. McHenry-NC, try to turn the Foley scandal into a Democratic conspiracy. These two weasels--and I use that word lovingly, try to absolve Dennis Hastert's involvement in covering up Foley's sexual proclivities and demand Nancy Pelosi be put under oath.
Rep. McHenery: This is not about Dennis Hastert. It's about the sick acts perpetrated by Mark Foley and the question remains. The only question that remains is what did the Democrat leadership know and when did they know it. And I asked Rahm Emanuel and Nancy Pelosi to submit themselves under oath. They said no.
That's the only question that remains you sick twisted duo? I say that with all due respect I deem appropriate for gutless weasels I might add. I did enjoy Matthews throwing Newt Gingrich's wife cheating ways into the conversation. The meida treats him like some sort of all American folk hero nowadays.
Matthews: "You've had three sex scandals in a row knocking off your top guy, maybe the voters will pay attention to that?"
Josh Marshall: When the House Republicans need a good liar to step up to the plate, no one better than Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA)